On Monday 07 July 2003 21:36, Jamie Lokier wrote:
> Davide Libenzi wrote:
> > The *application* has to hint the scheduler, not the user.
> (I think the user/PAM idea came up for the same sort of reason that
> only console users are able to open /dev/cdrom: asking for extra
> resource (in this case low latency is a resource) might be something
> you'd restrict to console users.
I frequently run Zinf over ssh, to a machine that's connected to speakers.
> But that is a very separate question from how do we get low latency to work
> at all!)
We've got something better than we've had before, even though it doesn't go as
far as making true realtime processing available to normal users.
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